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HSBC announces its new Global Private Banking in Mexico

HSBC Mexico announced this Thursday its new global private banking business in the country, with which it will offer services to its clients such as advice and even a new credit card.

“Global Private Banking opens a new chapter for our wealth business in the country and strengthens our presence in the Americas. Through the experience of our local and global teams, HSBC is strongly positioned to meet the growing business and wealth management needs most sophisticated of our clients”, said Jorge Arce, president and CEO of HSBC Mexico.

Global Private Banking in Mexico will offer its clients opportunities to grow their assets, diversify their investments and expand their businesses through connectivity with different hubs in the United States, the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands, France, Germany, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and the United Arab Emirates. United States, Hong Kong, Singapore, mainland China and Taiwan.

The consultancy will have a team of more than 650 investors.

Global private banking will provide access to extensive international market knowledge, investment ideas and specialized information, along with a range of protection, asset management and wealth planning solutions, according to the bank.

Customers will have a Titanium credit card, which provides a combination of the benefits and attention of American Express, Mastercard and HSBC.

Customers in Mexico will be able to access banking services such as Global View and Global Transfer digital platforms, which allow viewing different accounts in several countries on a single screen and making transfers between them, free of charge and instantly.

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